Helping a patient to develop bilateral integration is a core component to a child's vision development. In this example, Krystal is doing an activity with Alex that works on reciprocal interweaving on his midline while incorporating balance. By using the full length mirror in this technique Alex has better awareness and feedback.
DIY clothespin tongs: Having children pick up different things such as cotton balls or bead with tongs works on fine motor skills in the child's hand. Increased fine motor skills will make it easier for the child to write.